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HISTORY OF PERSIA

Hi, River, i, 360

Ilias Oghlan, Khoja, ii. 198, 200

Ilium, i. 264

Il-Khans$ dynasty of, ii, 171, 177-1875
Ghazan Khan and his successors, 188-
1945 221

Ilkhas M/Vstf, rebellion of, ii. 248

Illyrians, the, i. 253, 260, 339

Iluma-ila, King of the "Sea-Country"
Dynasty, i. 80

Imams, the, ii. 45, 46, 86, 87

Imeretia, i. 363, 480       r

Imperial Bank of Persia, ii. 477-478

Inarus, son of Psammetichus, i, 228, 231

Indabugash, King of Elam, i. 95? 96

India ; invasion of, by Darius, i, 179 ; in-
vasion of, by Alexander the Great, 289
et seq.; 302, 303, 307, 374; expedition
of Noshirwan, 493-494; Tamerlane's
invasion of, ii, 207-208 j condition of,
during Nadir's reign, 351-352 ; invasion
by Nadir, 352 ct seq+\ British interests
"*» 395-39&$ French designs on, 397-
398; Persian embassy, 399-400; tele-
graphic communication with England,

472-473

Indian Ocean, i. 17$, 179, x8o; Alexander's
voyage to, 295 et My. 5 418

Indus, River, i, i, 22, 179, x8o; passage
of, by Alexander, 290, 295 j 296 j ii* 2,
48 j Moslem advance to, 53 $ 79 j cross-
ing of, by Jalal-u-Din, 157 ; 197, 353

Ionia, i. 159, 173 j Ionic revolt, 199, 200-
201j 202 ; Northern Ionia, 342

I phi crates, Athenian general, i, 245

Ipsus, Battle of, i. 312-313

Irak, i. 500, 531, 540 ; ii. 30, 40, 49, 51,
54, 55» 5$> 57» 9°> 94> ***> ^3» 165,
182, 194 ; Tamerlane's campaign, 205-
207 5 257

Irak-i-Ajami, i. 121

Iran, vide Persia; meaning of the word, i, 5

Iranian Plateau, i. i, 3, 5 $ formation of,
6-7; mountains on, 15 5 23,24; vegeta-
tion, 31 j 40, 41, 87, 88, 91, 99, 120,
123, 125, 179, 277, 327, 329 j ii. X42

Iran Shah, Seljuk Prince of Kerman, ii.

1x3,119

Irghiz, River, ii. 222
Isaac, patriarch, i, 468; ii. 4
Isaiah, Book of, i. 162; ii. 203
Isa Khan of Herat, ii. 452
•Isfahan, i. 2, 3, 8, 22, 43, 543, 5445 ii,
57' 9<>» 9Z» 96, 105, xxx, 119, x*8;
battle of, 165-166 ; 167,195, 204, 248,
262,265 ; buildings in, 284 ttt seq* 5 314;
invested by Mahmud, 3x6-317;  aur-
rendet of, 318-3x9'$ massacres at, 324-
325 j occupation by Nadir Kuli, 333
I&fkndiar, Prince, i. 146*421
lefarayin, district of, ii, 152, 258
1M& Kiaa, Kara* chief, ii, 387,4x4

Ishmael, ii. 4

Ishtar, goddess, i. 71, 97

Ishtuvegu, vide Astyages

Ishu-Sabh, patriarch, i. 528

Isin, Dynasty of, i. 74, 77, 79

Iskandar (Persian form of Alexander), i.
258

Iskandar, son of Kara Yusuf, ii. 2x7, 220,
298

Iskanderun, Gulf of, i. 268

Islam, i. 531, 535, 536, 539, 541, 5425
rise of, n. I et seq. j teaching and influ-
ence, 21-24 j under the first four Caliphs,
25-385 expansion 'to the West, 325
Golden Age of, 68 -8 x ; reaches China,
75-76 ; Mahmud's zeal for, 96 $ influ-
ence of the Seljuks, 98 etsey. ; 168 j vide
Mohamed

Ismail, the disinherited Imam^ ii. 86, 87

Ismail, Samanid Prince, ii. 88, 89, 90

Ismail I,, Shah, founder of the Safavi
Dynasty, ii, 241 ; defeats the XJzbegs,
242 5 alliance with Baber, 243 ; death
0^246* $271

Ismail II., reign, of, ii. 253-254

Ismailis, the, i, 487 ; lamaili sect, origin
of, ii. 86-87 j X07, 205

Ismail Khan, Zand, Governor of Ham a dan,
ii. 380

Ismail Khan, son of the Persian envoy, ii,

(
Israil, son of Seljuk, ii. 99
IBBUS ; Battle of, i. 267-270, 274 j 362, 524,
537» 54*
Istakhr (Pasargadae), i. 424 ; ii. 57, 76
Istakhri (Moslem geographer), ii, 76
Italy, L 300, 338, 339, 343, 368 5 Roman
successes, 487-488
Ituni, Elamite general, i. 93
Ivan the Terrible, ii. 250
Ivon, Persian bishop;   alleged visit to
England, i. 496
lyad (Arab chief), i, 5x9, 522, 532
Izates, chief of Adiabcne, i, 406
Jackson, Professor Williams, i. 22, 37, 106
footnote, zScfootnote, 332, 388 footnote
Jafar, brother of AH, ii. 57
afar, son of Sadik Khan, Zand, ii. 379,
380, 381
Jafar, son of Yahya, the Barmecide, ii. 70
Mar a«-Sadik, ii. 86, 87
Jafar Khan, Kurdish chief, ii. 371
Safar Kuli Khan, Kajar, ii, 392, 443
afari sect, the, ii, 362
ahari, Shah, Kutlugh, ii. 195
ahan, Shah, ** Black Sheep " Dynasty, ii.
220, 22 X
Jahan, Shah, of the Moghul Dynasty of
India, ii. 307
Jahangir, eldest son of Tamerlane, ii. 213,
216, 240